(i) an appointment without conditions or restrictions, or (ii) a limited appointment that involved the employee for an indeterminate and career-oriented appointment, without interruption of the service of a working day between the two dates. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) provides the following list of primary recruitment authorities that can use agencies for careers and career appointments. OPM has established this support list for federal staff specialists. The list contains quotations on the applicable law. It also contains the terms of appointments under exchange agreements between an agency and the OPM. OPM also provides a partial list of responsible statutory authorities outside title 5, United States Code (5 U.S.C.). OPM does not regulate appointment authorities outside of Title 5. For a description of the non-title 5 authorities, agencies should consult the laws cited. (a) In accordance with 5 CFR 6.7, OPM and any agency with an executive staff system essentially equivalent to the main executive service (SES) may enter into, in accordance with the legislative and regulatory authorities, an agreement providing for the transport of persons between the SES and the other system.
The agreement defines the status and duration that the interested parties acquire in the movement. The service credit for the reduction of uses come into effect. Public Law 104-106 (February 10, 1996) grants employees of unassigned Fund instrumentalities (NAF) who, on January 1, 1966, moved from an NAF instrumentality position to the Ministry of Defence or The Coast Guard, without interruption of service for more than three days, on January 1, 1966. Persons designated under these agreements are not subject to a trial period in accordance with Part 315 CFR, Sub-Part H, but acquire public service status upon order. Officers are subject to the monitoring or management sample in Part 315 CFR 5, Part I, but appropriate service in the other benefit system may be considered to determine the applicability of the trial period and eligible performance until the end of the trial period.